A coffeemaker that looks like a military engine jet may belong more in the living room than in the kitchen. This coffeemaker made by Superveloce in collaboration with the renowned multidisciplinary mechanical engineer Paolo Mastroguiseppe will definitely be a conversation piece.
The aviator Veloce Turbojet 100 coffeemaker is made from stainless steel, aluminum bronze and aviation-grade aluminum alloy. It uses a high-pressure brewing system to brew a single serving of coffee. Making your daily fix of java is easy. All you have to do is slide the door of the turbine open, add the water and coffee and push it closed. The machine can run on either 110 to 120 or 220 to 240 volt mains power.
Only 100 units of this unique coffeemaker have been made and it is definitely a collector’s item that will appeal to anyone who loves a good cup of coffee
The machine is quite heavy at 28 kilos and with dimensions of 780 mm x 332 mm and 455 mm, your kitchen counter needs to be quite big to accommodate it. Or it might be a good idea to shift it to the living room to make it the focal point of the conversation when people visit.
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